Added May 10, 2011
this was for flat pattern class where we learned how to draft patterns and able to make it from a paper pattern using slashing, and other techniques, i used a basic size 8 women’s bodice sloper and altered from there, so no really pattern from there. didnt keep the paper patterns afterwords anyways.
it contains a ovel like vent held in place in the middle with a strap of the contrasting lining, mostly serged together, ruffles at the bottom, two layers for extra volume, princess line hoodie hidden with the black strap for added interest and color
ill add more pictures with better resolution better later on when i have time during the summer. ill try to scan the sketch of it as well later on.
used a nice somewhat stretchy woven plaid though it was intensely heavy when it was at it’s full yardage oddly enough
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